1. moon83:

    Flower Power

    by Sophie Gamand

    O objetivo da série ‘Flower Power’ é desmistificar a imagem perigosa e agressiva criada em torno dos cães da raça Pit Bull:

    "I realized pit bulls were always portrayed in very urban, gritty photographs. The imagery associated with these dogs is often harsh, very contrasted, conveying the idea of them being tough. In my opinion, this feeds the myth that these dogs are dormant psychopaths. So I decided to take the other route and portray them like hippies, soft fairy-tale-inspired characters, feminine and dreamy. The idea of Flower Power blossomed."

    sophiegamand.com // Facebook

    via: my modern met

     
  2. shelovedlikesuicide:

    awkwardlara:

    i was expecting this to end in death and sadness and now i’m pleasantly surprised that was adorable

    I want a best bear at my wedding

    (Source: iraffiruse, via ticktockcoocooclock)

     
  3. Annie Clark and John Congleton

    (Source: virginalvalour)

     
  4. pli1018:

    Hocus Pocus, a staple of any normal human being’s October.

    Art by Miles Teves

     
  5. exploriment:

    A Tibetan sand mandala that came to Hamilton in 2006. Magical.
    Many more photos and information at the link:
    http://exploriment.blogspot.ca/2009/10/tibetan-sand-mandala.html

     
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  8. "Just because you don’t say much doesn’t mean people don’t notice you. It’s actually the quiet ones who often draw the most attention. There’s this constant whirlwind of motion and sound all around, and then there’s the quiet one, the eye of the storm."
    — Amy Efaw, After (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)

    (Source: larmoyante, via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)

     
  9. alrightt:

    Robin Williams graffiti tribute by Pan Cooke.

    Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland.

     
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